Journals Higher Education



Published: 02 January 2018

504 Pages

8-1/2 x 11 inches

ISBN: 9780190298173

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Bookseller Code (04)

Introduction to Criminal Justice

A Brief Edition

John Randolph Fuller

  • Chapter-opening vignettes include current headline examples, engaging students with real-world applications of criminal justice theories
  • Offers comprehensive ethics coverage with "Focus on Ethics" features; critical-thinking questions for photo captions; and criminal justice simulations and video links on the free, open-access Companion Website
  • Includes photos, illustrations, and numerous pedagogical features that are designed to engage and inform
  • "A Closer Look" features dispel common myths about criminal justice and teach students about real- world issues
  • "Case in Point" features summarize landmark court cases relevant to the chapter discussion and conclude with "Think About It" questions
  • Incorporates the most recent statistics available
  • An Ancillary Resource Center (ARC) contains an Instructor's Manual with fifteen CNN videos, discussion questions, multiple-choice questions, chapter outlines, chapter summaries, key concepts, learning objectives, key terms, and "Media Connections" features; a Test Bank with sixty questions per chapter; and PowerPoint slides
  • A free and open-access Companion Website at offers a wealth of student resources including learning objectives, self-quizzes, essay/discussion questions, "Web Destinations" features, flashcards, and "What Agency Am I?," "Word Search," and "In The News" activities
  • Dashboard for Introduction to Criminal Justice: A Brief Edition delivers a wealth of automatically graded activities in an intuitive, web-based learning environment. It includes quality content and tools including an interactive eBook, an online gradebook, quizzes, flashcards, media activities, and videos.

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